Street Outlaws Big Chief from the 405 pulls a wheelie at Thunder Valley Raceway Park

The 405's Big Chief is no stranger to No Prep Races

Generally racers struggle to gain traction at No Prep Races or on the streets for that matter. This type of run what you brung racing action is the closest "legal" forum of "street racing". No prep racing events sure do make it fun and interesting to watch. But they are all the more challenging for competitors. Well at least most. Some racers like Discovery Channels Street Outlaws Big Chief make it look like childs play at a recent No Prep Event at Thunder Valley Raceway Park.

As demonstrated in the video below the no prep even doesn't phase the 405's Big Chief. After launching from the line the crow instantly pulls the wheels well past the 60ft mark. After his epic no prep wheelie Big Chief had to peddle the throttle of his Pontiac GTO to get the car back down to avoid hitting the wall and then he coasted to win the race since his competitor was struggle to gain traction right from the start. The G-Body in the other lane looks like no slouch, but it just wasn't that competitors day.

Check out the video below to see the racing action.

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2 thoughts on “Street Outlaws Big Chief from the 405 pulls a wheelie at Thunder Valley Raceway Park

  • July 11, 2015 at 1:16 pm
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    Some of these guys from Street Outlaws really know how to get it done! Very impressive!  

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    • EpicSpeed
      July 13, 2015 at 8:38 pm
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      Yea, they really have got their acts together. No doubt about that. You can't just throw all the horsepower and money at a car and expect it to perform. It's all about the right combo, tuning and driver abilities.

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